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Abbots Salford Caravan Park, Evesham, Worcestershire

Abbots Salford Caravan Park
Abbots Salford
Evesham
Worcestershire

WR11 5UT | View map
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40 acres of riverside meadow land make up the location of Abbot's Salford. Set in a peaceful Cotswold village, its close neighbours Stratford-upon-Avon and Broadway boast all the sights related to Shakespeare's country. The Park and grounds are looked after by our resident staff and over the years have been developed to provide a peaceful relaxed environment in which you can enjoy the time spent at your Holiday Home.

Facilities
* Open 10 Months (Closed 8th Jan to 6th March)
* Security Barrier at Entrance
* Manager & Resident Staff all year
* Full Underground Services (including BT)
* No Tourers or Sub-letting
* NEW Clubhouse with Lounge Bar (Early 09)
* Pets Welcome
* Live Entertainment
* Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool (Summer Months Only)
* Launderette
* Shop
* NEW Cafeteria with Alfresco Dining (Early 09)
* Pitch & Putt Golf
* River Fishing (Many pegs on the Avon)
* Fishing on Park's Carp Pools
* Meadow & Riverside Walks

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